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The Menace That Is the IRS With Dave Bahnsen
"Educate our audience a little bit about the menace that is the IRS. Yeah, you know, Charlie, I work with high net worth investors for a living. My firm manages about $4 billion. And the people who are most aggressive at reducing their taxes are left leaning clients. They support the taxes. And then they will move heaven and earth to avoid paying them. The people that don't have the options to hire financial firms like mine and accountants and lawyers and so forth are middle class people. And so all of a sudden you have wage earners that maybe get certain money from Venmo in the IRS starts auditing how much cash they're receiving if they're Uber drivers and other things like that. Well, the IRS people are not the cream of the crop intellectually. Okay, this is just a fact. You don't become IRS agent because you're a brilliant businessman or businesswoman. But what they can make up for with talent deficit is more volume, more people. And that's what this bill seeks to do. It may end up only being 50,000 agents. I love that pushback right now. The Washington Post said, no, it's not going to be 87,000. But the Biden administration ran a report saying they could afford up to 87,000 more people. So let's say it's only 50,000, all that means is the rest of the money is going to be lost and thrown away in bureaucracy
Why Author Stephen Iacoboni Wrote New Book 'Telos'
"Here's a guy who knows a little bit about science, the author of telos Steven jacopo NI welcome. Thank you, Eric. It's really a pleasure and an honor to be here. Well, you sound very confused right out of the gate. It's my honor. No, seriously, I can't help but noticing behind you a copy, not just of your book, but of my book. And I don't know if you did that on purpose, but all I can tell you is thank you because you know how much I care about faith and science from my book as atheism dead. But what you write about in your book, you're taking a different angle on it. So let me ask the most obvious question. You are an oncologist for decades doing what you do as a scientist at a medical doctor. What led you to want to write a book about the scientific basis for a life of purpose? Well, that's a fantastic question, Eric, and the answer is actually not dissimilar to your journey, although your journey was more archeological and biblical, which you chronicled in miracles. I came of age in the 70s, which was the time of the biologic revolution. And in those days, we were taught that science had shown that life is a chemical reaction and that belief in a supreme being who did things in a mystical way was no longer necessary. And I went to school in San Francisco and Los Angeles and I was in the midst of the cultural revolution in those days, the 60s and the 70s and I bought into all of that. And I lived that life for many, many years. Until two things happened, the first was that the gaps in the scientific atheism article argument, instead of being narrowed between 1970 and 1999, actually widened, as you chronicle in your book.
Paul Manafort Describes Experience in Solitary Confinement
"Is so so important for the American people particularly now It couldn't be more prescient and more relevant The book is political prisoner persecuted prosecuted but not silenced Let me let's break this down a little bit You were put in solitary confinement but that was intended to break you wasn't it Absolutely Absolutely When they arrested me they put me on home confinement with a $10 million bond At $10 million for a fair violation And they put a gag order on me So I couldn't talk They put that bond because they didn't think I could I could make it And it took me four tries Three packages really rejected But the fourth try I was able to cobble together a package that Berman Jackson couldn't reject because she had approved all of the pieces of the previous pre and I put them together and make what I needed So when they did that when I did that they saw that they would have to let me get out of home confinement They came up with this phony witness charge witness tampering charge and have been thrown into jail directly from court And they were going to throw me to the D.C. prison But my life is objective and thanks to I guess we left the Justice Department They sent me not to a great place within this prison out in the eastern shore of Virginia Three hours away from my lawyers where I couldn't talk with them They're very much In a cell that was 8 by 12 no windows a slot for their food And I wasn't able to exercise it go outside at all So it wasn't fun
Liz and the Beltway
"Top story today is coming from Wyoming where Liz Cheney is now Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant all rolled up into one for losing a primary election. Wait a minute, let me check my notes on that. Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses grant for losing a primary election. Dwayne, these notes are terrible Dwayne. How is Liz Cheney Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant for losing a primary election? Well, as our friend Kurt schlichter said on Twitter last night, after she compared herself to grant, he said, well, at least grant served. You know, it just, I think we talked about it a little bit to go off air, which is that concession speech is largely a good example of why she lost. It really is. I mean, and this is part of the beltway obsession, lecture series. I guess that Liz Cheney has been on for the past year and a half. I mean, almost the entire term that she's been sort of focused on this, and it's because January 6th, of course, took place at the very start of the term. So that's part of what this is what's going on here. But this is a person who's clearly lost touch with Wyoming. She is fully invested in what's going on in the beltway, and Wyoming voters that got a chance to weigh in on it. Yeah, yesterday. The takeaway is Wyoming voters don't care about the one 6th committee. They want to know about inflation. They want to know about the same issues that everybody else cares about. And she doesn't seem to give any voice to normal issues. There's only one issue with her. And they just got tired of it. Now
Congressman Troy Nehls Shares His Reaction to Liz Cheney's Defeat
"Let's start if we can draw with the with the news of the day. Liz Cheney. Now, I gotta say, you know, Debbie and I were talking this morning and Debbie goes, she goes, I don't even know how she got 30% of the vote. But I said, Debbie, wait a minute. You have a woman who has been elected three times. She got what 80% last time. She is a part of a dynastic family, the Cheney family, kind of like the McCain's in Arizona. And she's probably over time met almost all of our constituents. So this woman has gone to great lengths to offend her own constituency. Talk about your reaction to the race and a little bit of why somebody might do that. Well, thank you for having me. First, I couldn't be more excited to see Liz Cheney get fired from her position. I mean, I am very, very upset with the way Liz Cheney has handled herself over the last few years, especially as it related to a former president Trump as it relates to impeachment. You know, she was one of those and now 8 out of ten of those that voted for impeachment are not coming back. So I think that this is a true, it just lets the American people know when the Republican Party know that Donald Trump is the leader of our party and when you go out there and you belittle him each and every day as she has done on this January 6th committee, she needed to go. I don't think that Republican Party has done enough. I think we should have kicked her out of our conference for belittling Donald Trump as much as she has. So I think when you go up against the leader of our party and you say those derogatory things for the past several years, I think the voters spoke loud and clear. They said we don't want Liz Cheney back with the establishment we need to fight back in the establishment hasn't done that. And it's the mega movement.
Adele Treats Her Fans With Distain
"Adele's screwed over her fans. And now she has seemed to have a, you know, she seemed to develop a genuine disdain for her fans since she lost the weight. Think about it. But when she was fat, she didn't talk shit about fans. She didn't do bad things to her fans. Once she dropped the weight and became quote unquote beautiful oh, then things happened. That maybe you want a happy about. The truth of her cancellation more likely has to do with her obsession with this guy, rich Paul, so this whole thing of her pain for the house shouldn't be interpreted as a bit of a delicious karma. Really? Whatever her natural gifts, what she did to ticket holders in Las Vegas was the most unprofessional thing I've seen in a long time. Chalene dionne suffers from a debilitating illness, she gives months months of noise before she cancels. She can't begin to refund when people lost investing in seeing her Adele. She should never have done it. And lying about why, on top of it, you know what? Not good Adele, not good.
Why People Are Backtracking on Their Hardline Anti-LIV Stance
"There's going to be legal battles kind of up the ass here and you're right, man. If they're taking if you're taking all this money and you're playing over there and the PGA Tour says you can't come back, whatever. That's fine. Also, now kind of Davis love was even backtracking. He came out today because he was super like, I don't want anybody that's affiliated with Liv on the president's cup team, blah, blah, blah. And then I just saw that quote for him today, and he was like, well, you know, maybe if the PGA Tour didn't require 15, and then the lived in require those guys to play 14, maybe there's a way these can coexist where we have our biggest events. They have their biggest events and guys kind of mix and match throughout the whole day. There's a lot of and I wouldn't really call him a hypocrite at all 'cause he's a a plus solid guy. But, you know, he's probably looking at the big picture where he's like, shit, can't number two player in the world's going cam Smith, British open champ. Hideki, he was rumored to go biggest player in all of Asia. We need those guys. We need the dollars for him. We need the dollars from Asia. We need people watching the PJ tour. We need all this stuff. You know, at some point it's a business. You know, Rory Rory's backpedaled with his comments a little bit. So I think in my opinion, it might end up the best thing ever for people that actually like to watch golf. You might watch these guys at all the biggest tournaments.
Are the Cameron Smith LIV Rumors True?
"I'm sure that he's getting Cameron Smith is getting yelled at and called a trader and whatever. I mean, I'm sure that's happening. This week. And we don't even know if he's going yet. A lot of these rumors turned out the just back just that rumors and fake news. So I don't know. I don't even know if he's going. I don't know what to believe anymore in the Twitter sphere and the Internet scene, but it sure does appear as if all the experts on the tweeter think the Cameron Smith is out of here. Yeah, I mean, he's the other thing, dude. I mean, some of these guys will straight up say, no, I'm not going like if it was more a car where a lot of these other a lot of these other rumors but cam Smith is not said that he is not going. Like he is all of his comments have been, you know, don't ask me. I just want the British open. You know, I'm here to celebrate that. And then this week it was, I'm here to win the FedExCup, you know what I mean? If the guys are not going, they're going to say it like immediately, I am not going. You know, maybe he's going to renegotiating a little bit after that British open situation where who knows. I mean, if he's taking a $100 million, which is a lot of money, which is what it was rumored on there. And that's the other thing reason you think it's probably true is there's a definite amount people are talking about. But if he's taking a 100 million racks and he won the British open, which with sponsorships and whatever, we thought might be worth 20 or so. Especially for him, number one Australian guy, who knows, dude. Maybe he's holding out for something. But you know, he could win the FedExCup too. He's playing well again in Memphis. I think he was two going into the FedExCup, so you know he's way up there. So if he plays well, he's going to win the damn thing. How about that? What if the Brit rainy British open champ and FedExCup champ leaves leaves the tour? Well, then you'd end up with this situation.
Who Is Max Wood, Former United States Attorney for Georgia?
"It is my joy to welcome on max wood max. Welcome to the podcast today. Thank you for having me, Doug. This is a real pleasure. Let's start off with a little bit of background. I always like to go, how did you get here kind of thing? And I just shared, you know, in our intro here that we share the air force. We've retired. I think I was a colonel out of the air force reserve at Robbins where I'm actually stationed as well. Sort of, how do you get your background? You also a UGA law grad go dogs. We're all happy still the national champions. We got 30 something days left. We're happy. Yeah. Enjoy. There we go. Give us a little bit of the background for our listeners on who you are and just sort of where you come from. I grew up in Clayton county just south of Atlanta. I went to Lagrange college, and then I went to the university of Georgia law school. I clerked for a judge up in Rome, Georgia right out of law school. And then I decided to become an air force judge advocate and try to try to see a little bit of the world. I was an air force judge advocate for a number of years, got out, stayed in the reserve National Guard, went back and forth between the two. And ended up settling and making Georgia. I was in private practice and making Georgia for a few years. Then I was appointed by president George W. Bush to be the United States attorney for the middle district of Georgia, in 2001, and that really changed my life. I got involved in the federal prosecution. I got involved in political world and while there I deployed to Iraq and Baghdad Iraq to represent the Department of Justice at the embassy. They were very few United States attorneys who had military background and they recognized I'd be an asset. I said I would do it. And that changed my life too. And while serving in Iraq at the embassy, overseeing all the Department of Justice, we had 250 people over there dug at that time. We would work on court system prison system. Police system training, all kinds of things.
Arozarena's early homer sends Rays past skidding Yankees 3-1
"The Yankees have now lost 11 of their last 13 after three to one defeat to the rays Randy arozarena wasted no time to give Tampa Bay a three zero lead just four batters into the game with a three run Homer off Nestor Cortez junior which would be all the runs Kevin Cass's team would need for its fourth straight win We need to feel good about ourselves It's been a grind a little bit from the all star break and wins And this ballpark against this team they can elevate you a little bit make you feel that much better Cortez settle down after that blow allowing just an infield single through the 7th But the raised pitching against stifle the struggling Yankee offense yielding just four hits Time area New York
The Rise of the Fourth Reich With Steve Deace and Daniel Horowitz
"Is a bold new book out that is taking the Internet by storm, the rise of the fourth Reich. Are you even allowed to say that? By two incredible people, Steve dace and Daniel Horowitz will both of them join us right now. It is the new book rise of the fourth Reich confronting COVID fascism with a new Nuremberg trial, so this never happens again. Stephen Daniel, welcome back to the program. Oh, he's going to be with you, Charlie. Thanks. Steve, I'll start with you because we had Daniel on recently. I mean, come on, comparing this to the Third Reich fourth grade, isn't that a little bit too intense, the skeptics would say, the people in the middle they say, why does everything have to be compared to the 1930s? Steve, your response. Because we keep repeating history and it doesn't just repeat Charlie, it also rhymes. And hey, I was once a strict enforcer of Godwin's law, okay? Which is essentially a philosophical law that if two people debate and argue over a point long enough, one of them will eventually descend to calling the other or not. That's exactly right. And I was a strict enforcer of this for most of my career, it's very hard, though, to ignore the parallels. When you talk about what has been ushered in via a biomedical fascist state, literally every issue that we have right now in this culture that is of a systemic origin. I was just listing you talk to Carrie Lake and Blake masters in Arizona, talking about what's going on in the border. Why we have a 100% more greater surge over the border than we had a year ago and far greater than we had under the previous president. Well, what provided the mechanism for them to create Dropbox? I'm sorry, ballot harvesting. I'm sorry. The most secure election of our lifetimes. What mechanism came in for them to finally do what they, we stopped them from doing this for decades, and we actually had the momentum going our way with voter ID laws and over 30 states. Provided them the opportunity here to commit the crime that we saw on election day 2020 was COVID.
The latest in sports
"AP sports on Bruce Morton a pair of tight races in the national league in the central division St. Louis began Tuesday with a two game lead over the brewers The Cardinals beat Colorado 5 four in order to keep pace Milwaukee needed to defeat the Dodgers Chuck Freeman tells the story The floundering brewers blew a late lead but then rallied from a one run deficit in the bottom of the 11th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to four Victor caratini delivered a one out bloop single the score of the tying and winning runs then after the brewers loaded the bases against Dodgers closer Craig kimbrel Meanwhile the braves pulled it within three and a half games of the mets and the east with a 5 nothing decision behind a 12 strikeout performance from Charlie Morton First baseman met Olsen says Atlanta is helping itself by taking the first two games of this series It's good to come out and get these first two Obviously we got a couple good arms coming up these next two and it won't get any easier for the braves as they still have to face Jacob de Grom and Max Scherzer Other national league winners were the Phillies Marlins cubs and giants In the American League the Yankees may lead the east but they lost for the tenth time in 12 starts when they were beaten by Tampa Bay three one raised manager Kevin cash likes how his club has won four straight including the last two in The Bronx Wins and this ballpark against this team they can elevate you a little bit make you feel that much better In another AL east game with playoff implications the Orioles won in Toronto four to two In the race for the American League's final wild card spot the O's trail the Jays by one half game The remaining junior circuit winners were the Red Sox White Sox tigers twins a's and M's Pro basketball the NBA will be idle on election day but all 30 teams will be playing on November 7th the night before the midterms Tennis at the western and southern open Serena Williams lost in straight sets to U.S. open champ Emma Bruce Martin AP sports
Paul Kengor Reflects on the Enchanting Olivia Newton-John
"The director of the institute for faith and freedom at gross city college. Any book with his name on it is worth your time, Paul kangal. Professor kangal. Welcome to America first one on one. 7 two kind and it's always good to be with you. Thank you. All right, I'm gonna throw everyone for a loop right now because I'm talking about the story of the day, the story of the year, probably the story of the decade, but before we analyze that and some potential connections to less democratic systems around the world, you sent me a piece just a few moments ago that a little bit out of your Wheelhouse when I looked originally at the subject, but then I realized why it's important. So why, why did you send me something about Olivia Newton, John professor kango? Yeah, so I wrote a tribute to Olivia Newton-John for American spectator. And I know we're talking about Merrick Garland today and Salman Rashid and Olivia Newton-John. But only one of the three did I have a crush on when I was a 12 year old boy. And I saw you wasn't Merrick Garland or salmon rushdie. And I think that I was representative of a lot of young boys in America around the world. She's Australian, of course. But she was really a remarkable personality. Of course, she did the movie grease in 1978, which I saw at the pioneer drive in and butler Pennsylvania when I was a 12 year old. But she was really a remarkable lady, a remarkable voice, a very charming and happy, contended person. In fact, interesting, Seth, I got an email today. I won't out the guy, but he's an executive director of a prominent foundation, and he told me he said, you know, I read your piece on Olivia Newton-John. She was the kind of girl that every young boy wanted to marry. And it was really the Olivia Newton-John of the kind of strange. I mean, everyone had that crush. I had that crossroad of the same vintage, a very fine vintage, but she wasn't even American. How weird is Apple.
Feds Lied About Confiscating Trump's Passport
"To, I want to bring to your attention a bit of fake news. This is always, it's an educational process here on the tan star's radio program. You as a news consumer, you've got to do your homework. You just can't take things for granted in the mainstream media anymore. You just can't. It's a horrible time to be a journalist in America. Because there are none. Except for the ones we hire, and there are a few other places out there, breitbart does a good job. Some sections of The Wall Street Journal do a decent job. Newsmax does a great job. So anyway, yesterday on this program, we told you that the FBI, they seized president Trump's passports. That is a huge deal. By the way, that is a civil rights violation. Mike cernovich pointed this out on his Twitter feed. He says seizing president Trump's passport is a big deal because it shows the warrant was over broad and unlawful. The FBI outright stole whatever it wanted like Nazi goons. We'll be curious if recording devices were planted. Yeah, we were raising those questions yesterday. We wanted to know what they planted what they left behind. That Mar-a-Lago. So anyway, it was, I mean, the president of the United States came out and said, hey folks, they stole my passports. So then the Justice Department comes out and denies it. Never happened. We didn't do that. Well, these folks are not the brightest bulbs in the lamp over at FBI headquarters because it turns out that they did and the Trump campaign actually had the receipts. They've got the emails.
Donald Trump Jr. Whether He Believes There Will Be an Indictment
"There's a belief that it's inevitable that your dad will be indicted that they're going to find something that they're going to make something up. They're going to do anything they can. To try to prevent him from running again in 2024. Do you agree with that? Do you think that's inevitable? Do you think we're seeing that next or is there nothing there? And they're just going to have to keep trying. Yeah, you know, I don't think there's anything there. But again, there's got to be a reason in my opinion that they say, hey, we can't let your lawyers watch what's going on. You got to turn off all the close circuits. Television, security cameras that Mar-a-Lago. You must do that. I mean, why? I mean, if you're doing this and you think there's really something there, why wouldn't you want a witness to be able to say, hey, this stuff's legit? When we asked for the records, when we want to unseal the warrant. No, we can't do that. And Merrick Garland has no problem. He goes on TV. We want to be totally transparent, Mike. We want to be very transparent about what's going on. And then about 5 minutes later, once the camera is in the mainstream media, they get that sound bite. They run with it at nausea. Oh, we can't. We can't actually be transparent because, you know, we'd give up X, Y, Z, and it's all a big lie. So if you were actually trying to be above board, and it was anything beyond another yet another witch hunt, why would you act that way? Why would you do these things? So, you know, there's no question in my mind. They're trying to figure out anything to stop Trump because they see him as the only threat in the Republican Party. I mean, the rest of the Republicans, frankly, they're either too weak or they're still beholden somewhat someone like Donald Trump who's successful and rich on his own and doesn't need them and doesn't need the future board seat at big war or whatever it is to make a living. That's a real threat to these guys power.
Dan Bongino to Lefties: You Can't Stop Me
"So funny by the way watching these lefties Howard jump phony wasp bags Dead bungee do you you know you can't say whatever you tell me to do I flip you the middle finger and do it again have do you not have you not figured that out yet There is nothing you can do to listen to me Nothing you can do to stop me Nothing What are you going to do Get me fired I can't even get myself fired I'm trying to get myself by doesn't even work What are you going to do Get me fired Jim can you vouch for me I tried to get myself get thank you He can I can't even get by You're going to get me fired I can't get fired We can't fire you We let you go This thing's going to sink You're under contract All right I'd like to get fired We can't fire You can't get me fired But if you'd be doing me a favor anytime you tell me not to say something I know I've got you panicked and I'm going to say it again Understand that I don't give a crap about you Not even a little bit And I'd use a different word which is how I talk in the real even though I know it's bad I know you should be cussed but I'd be lying to you if I said I'd slip out like all the time I'm trying
Alaska GOP Senate Candidate Kelly Tshibaka Joins Dinesh
"Guys, today is the day of the Alaska primary. I'm delighted to welcome back to the podcast. Kelly shabaka. She is born and raised in Alaska. She is the Trump endorsed candidate for the GOP in the primary and she's also endorsed by the Alaska Republican Party. She lives in anchorage with her husband Nikki and their 5 children Kelly welcome back to the podcast great to have you as always. Alaska has a well, a little bit of a different primary system than the other states. So maybe I can start by asking you to spell out this kind of ranked voter system that is going to be an effect today. It's not so much one party against another. As I understand it, a pool of candidates in a single pool talk about that and how it's different than everybody else. It's great to be with you and thanks for having me. The fact is this is our first time going through this system. Project veritas just recently exposed that it was Lisa Murkowski colluding with her campaign staff to deceive alaskans and put it on the ballot in 2020 in order to manipulate our election system so that she would have some kind of a chance of maintaining the 41 year markowski monarchy that we've had in place in Alaska. And this is the only way she could do it. Otherwise she would never survive a regular party primary.
A Dire Generational Warning From 'Hollowed Out' Author Jeremy Adams
"There is a massive crisis happening right now with young people. And it's not just one issue. It's multiple. Jeremy Adams, whose teacher of the year in California and has just published this book, which again is hollowed out a warning against a warning about America's next generation and he joins us right now. Jeremy, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Shirley, thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me on. So Jeremy, a lot of different ways we could start here, but let's just start this way. Tell us about your book and why you decided to write it. Yeah, well, I've been a teacher for almost 25 years now. And one of the really interesting and unique things about being a teacher is that you start to see things in the classroom that the broader society takes a while to figure out. And having taught for 25 years, I'll tell you in the last 5 to 7 years, there have been some profoundly disturbing changes in the way that my students spend their time in the way that they look at the country and their value system and the way that they look at adulthood. And this book is really essentially a battle cry. Me waving my hands in the abyss saying, hey, other adults in America, we have a profound problem here with our young people. And I was I couldn't agree with you more. This is not a political issue. It is a cultural spiritual and moral issue. Our children are literally being hollowed out of the values and the behaviors that typically give life its meaning and its purpose. So tell me, what are you seeing? What is that warning? What is the canary in the coal mine? Yeah. The problem is that our young people literally are living their lives untethered to adult values and don't responsibilities. Morals, they spend their time in a way that you and I. And I know you're a bit younger than I am. I'm sorry to say. But you know, they literally spend 9 to ten hours a day on their cell phone. That's right. And think about that. When you spend 9 or ten hours a day on your cell phone, that means you're not dating. You're not going out. You don't have intensive friendships. You're not reading. And nowadays, literally the attention span of our young people has been destroyed.
"biting" Discussed on Forever35
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"biting" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"He had a tough time. You know, he had the legit symptoms here. And coming out of it isn't as easy as people think. And I believe that when I watch Blake Wheeler and I watch Mark scheifele play, it doesn't look like they quite have their footing yet. And I think this is a bigger story across the National Hockey League than what is being told. And that's not a criticism of media. If ray Ferraro is coming out of COVID and he's not playing this well, his wind isn't there just the effects of COVID or you don't want to talk about it every night, like just not only are you not going to talk about it drakes, but this is the same. I think it's instructive for people to think about when a player comes back from injury. Just because a guy is in the lineup, doesn't mean he's a 100%. Yeah. You expect that you go, hey, he's playing. He should be at a 100%, but you're not. And maybe these guys don't have the energy. They don't have the zip. They don't feel the same. It's different apparently for everybody. I've been fortunate. That I haven't had it. But if I did, then I recovered and I didn't feel well. I could still do my job. Yeah. You know, I could still do this. They have to compete. And the difficulty in that is pretty obvious. Not making excuses. I'm just throwing it out there. I think it's a real issue. You know? Okay, there's a fine line between an excuse and a fact. Right. And some things are excuses. Some things are just the way they are. And this very well could be one of them. That's grand Riggs anything. Thanks, as always look forward to episode 11. And a new batch of questions thrown our way. Check out ray and Drake's social channels rapid fire. It is presented by net coins dot C 8 crypto made easy..
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"And then the point is, by the time they build up proper depth and a proper defensive core, they might be past their prime, meaning Paterson and Hughes. So he wants to know your thoughts. Feels a little early for me to be talking about trading Peter Quinn Hughes. Well, if he's worried about them being over or through their prime, by the time they get really good, they're both 20. Yeah. That means you got another decade of flop in Vancouver. So the answer is no, but if I were in charge and I'm certainly not, it would be time well it was time before, but it's time again to start recouping draft picks recouping prospects. They don't have any. They're two best young prospects or Neil's whole lander and Vasily put goals in and they're both in Vancouver. Right. Like who's next? No one. They don't have it. People that are. They don't have a farm system that's bubbling with prospects. And it is a, it is a tough spot they're in right now, but I think they have to look if they're going to I get his point, but the guys you got to look at are Brock bes on the last year of his deal qualifying offer is going to be over 7 million bucks. JT Miller's got one year left on his deal. You're probably not going to be able to move Tyler Myers if you wanted to right now. So the older guys, those are the players you have to recoup pics with. But that's in direct contrast to what they keep talking about, which is to be relevant now. You can't do both at the same time. Benny on Instagram as a Toronto maple leaf goaltending question and he's saying, look, if you're called do this to general manager, do you engage or at least entertain contract negotiations with Jack Campbell before the end of the year? Makes sense to me. Joe all is playing well. I mean, he might represent a part of the future in goal for the Toronto Maple Leafs don't know enough about wall just yet. And then what do you do with Peter morias? I mean, camel marias has to be the tandem for the remainder of this season unless something happens health wise. But would you start by engaging with camel or just wait until the end of the year and take your chances? Why? I would engage and find out what he's looking at. I think it's pretty obvious. It's not going to be a cheap deal. And each week it goes by seems to get better and better. I mean, the guy has been flat out phenomenal. And now we're not Drake's we're not talking about a two or three month stretch here. Right. We're talking about a long period of time. And it's not just cities. Not that he's playing well or winning games. It's how he's doing it. It's just so impressive. He looks terrific. They sign my razak for three years. They got him for two years fast this. You know, Joe wall's going to have to wait. I mean, he got any played a couple of good games and but you're not going to bank everything on him yet. You know, even as a backup, yeah, you know, you've got you've got the other guys signed, and you've got to get them back healthy and you got to get them played..
"biting" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"And then without with whatever carry prices situation is going to be coming down the line here, rebuild, no, they can say they will spend whatever money they want, but you can only take so much money back in contracts. You still got to feel the team. I think an adjustment on the fly is the best they got. We'll continue the analysis. Obviously, the Montreal Canadiens in future episodes because they need to hire a general manager and it's going to be fascinating drakes. It really is. It really is for so many different reasons, but they're on their way. Where they're headed, we're not quite sure yet, but they've certainly embraced change. Okay, speaking of change, Jake Nebraska, 25 year old forward for the Boston Bruins fed up is that enough. Just doesn't like the fact he's not playing was a healthy scratch recently thrown into the lineup because Marshawn suspended. They've got COVID and Providence in the American League. So Bruce Cassidy had to put him back into the mix on Tuesday night. What should the market be ready for Jake the sky? The stat that jumps off the page for me, 16 playoff goals. You know, this kid has a history of being a postseason performer, but he hasn't performed recently. Yeah, you know, the price for is really interesting because you see 27 goals in 19 goals in his first couple of years. You see the 16 playoff goals. Can you think of the one common factor there? David cry. Yeah. So if you acquired Jake the broccoli and put him alongside not David craigie, are you getting that production? What a phenomenal passer of the puck. Great G one. Yeah. Yeah. Hold the pock hold the pock till you get open and then zap, it's on your tape. Right? And the brusk finished. Now he's lost his way. Clearly he and Bruce Cassidy do see eye to eye. Yeah. If there was there would be somewhere along the line, there would be a reinvigorated Jake Nebraska. So they got to try and trade a depressed asset. Now you brought up Kevin fiala before. Yeah. Maybe is that in what some way shape or form a deal that could be could be worked upon? No. Maybe. Would Vancouver get involved? They're interested. The Canucks are interested. I know that. Yeah, well, what do you want to trade? Like you got to have something to trade back. Right. And so it becomes a tricky one. I think drags you maybe know better, does the brus have one more year left? Let me check or is this the final year each signed the two year? Right. I know he's near the end of it. And so that wouldn't be it's not like he's got three or four years left on his deal that would be a hindrance to it..
"biting" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"To make a cleaner slate. So, you know, the higher Jeff Gordon, he's got a 5 year deal. I assume he's not making 23 cents. Right? Like he's got an impactful position there. So whomever is brought in and we'll get to that in a second. There has to be some sort of synergy in the view of the new GM and the president, which is Jeff Gordon. There has to be otherwise that things going to blow up in four months. No. So I will throw some names. Some of the most obvious include Matt arch, whose part of the management group of the Tampa Bay lightning has had success with Julian brese block. I like the path of Matt dash because when he left hockey, I mean, he went into the workforce, right? He didn't dive right into a management group. He worked for, I think, an investment firm. But man, he had to go to work every day. You know, he had to earn a paycheck. He had to put food on the table. You know, then he morphs back in a hockey and again, has had a level of success for high level, the highest level of success with the Tampa Bay lightning. So interesting intriguing name, but there are others. And maybe you go with the star factor. Roberto olango. Working a hard with the Florida pathers. Is he ready to be a GM? Maybe under the tutelage of Jeff Gordon. Danny bruere in the east coast. Again, a bit of star factor there, right? In briere and Roberto along with another name that surfaced on the last couple of days as Marty la point. So not suggesting those four are the only four candidates, but because your friend speaking, you know, there's a connection. So who among that group kind of jumps off the page for you? Well, I'm going to say the one go is going to be that is going to be fourth for me. If only because they have long talked about their want and desire to live in Florida. Yeah. You know, obviously that's not just a job change. That's a life change. Right. Do the long goals want to move to Montreal and all that goes with it. Or is he on a better path right now to stay in Florida? I mean, I have no idea what that was my first thought when Roberto's name popped up. I don't you have to really consider how each of these people would be in working with Jeff Gordon. And how that might be, what about Martin Madden as well? Another name. Now Martin would be the most experienced and maybe the lowest profile. Right. Of the group. The one that sticks out for me though is Matthew darsh right now. Yeah. Only because I think he's further along in the management tree of experience, working for Julian breeze ball in Tampa than Danny breer..
"biting" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"And that isn't being recognized by the National Hockey League. So that's his defense. Right. For me, this is a textbook slow foot. So he needed to get something. And I don't know that pre games is an extension of past indiscretions or not. So for me, he needed to get suspended. Yeah, I agree with both those statements that he has changed his game and he has stayed out of the mock pretty much for a few years. Now, he's close to a $1 million in fines. How about that? Just astounding. So I acknowledge yes. Absolutely. He has tried, and he's done a really good job of changing a lot of the shenanigans that went on around him. The second part is he deserved to be suspended. But if I were marchand, what would really piss me off is that PK subban did it twice and got fine twice. Yeah. Like the lack of consistency and just those three plays, I think is pretty. Much an example of the frustrations people have with the department. Submit should have been suspended. If you got find the first time, the second time, you don't get fined again. You get suspended. And again, if I were Marshawn, that would that would bug me. The Montreal Canadiens clean house, man, what a mama story this turned out to be over the course of the weekend. And the media is happy in Montreal. You know, at around the league, we've heard from the owner, Jeff Wilson, who explained why he took his time in this process, and in fairness, part of it had to do with Mark Bergman, having COVID. So he wanted him to get healthy again, but burges out Trevor Timmons. He's out. Scott Mellon be resigned. He's out. Paul Wilson, who's had a communications with the Montreal Canadiens deeply aligned with Mark Bergman, he's out. And that now leaves us with well an opportunity for somebody who probably doesn't have the experience normally would be required to get an NHL general managers job. They hired Jeff Gordon as the overseer of hockey operations. And they acknowledged that the general manager has to be appreciably understandably has to be French speaking. So when you look at well, first of all, your thoughts on the changes and then all throughout some names and you can respond to that. Any of this surprising, starting with birds being let go and others. Oh, I don't think so. It seemed like, you know, he, he was headed that way himself. Yeah. You know, otherwise they probably would have come to some agreement in the past few months. It would wear on you. I mean, I was, I was around an event a couple of weeks ago and there were a few general managers there. And at the event, they're all watching their phone to see how their team is doing on that particular night. Like they can't even put it away for 20 minutes. Like the stress on them was quite evident. So I wasn't surprised that that house cleaning was done. Mainly because it seemed like Mark bergeron was headed towards that way anyway. Through the Logan may you draft and how that was handled. That was going to happen all at once too. So now you've got a chance to,.
"biting" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Let's start with the big suspension of the week Brandon lemieux, the Los Angeles kings gets 5 games for biting Brady kitchen to the Ottawa senators. Now, I think the majority of media fans analysts like yourself would think it's a bit light. I thought it'd be in the 7 to ten range, but I was wrong in assuming the department of player safety legitimately had the video evidence to show that he bit Brady could chuck other than Brady, of course, acknowledging that he'd been bitten and the hand. I mean, there was a wound there. So is 5 games about right or light for you? No, I wanted it to be more just on the principle of general stupidity. It's got zero place around the game. Like, how many times do we hear from department of player safety when they say it's a hockey play? All of that was a hockey play. Well, that's not a hockey play. That's something that has Brady kitchen said three year olds do. Or maybe I'm paraphrasing, putting the age in there. His dad got suspended for biting too, right? Yeah, Jim, you know, it's you know and I think the phrase is, but I'm gonna paraphrase again. It's a drop off the old cement chip off the old cement. I mean like the two of them like seriously. It's just not it's just not part of anything. I wanted 7 or 8 drakes. I mean, I guess 5 is a message to everybody, but when you think of it, like how often does it happen? Not very often. So my main critique is I always think player safety suspense to light. I don't think I don't think they suspend with a punitive enough view. Yeah. So I'm always on the side. I would rather see more than less games. And just a quick add on to all of that. I understand how the Los Angeles kings would go into an in person hearing and defend Brandon mute. That's the job of management. That's the job of the agent. The Players Association, this is always that delicate balance, right? They don't just represent Brendan lemu in this in person hearing. They also represent Brady kuchak, who was victimized in this. And I think they do a terrible job of it. They always defend the perpetrator. Yeah. They never defend the guy that just got elbowed in the face or the guy that just got bit in my opinion. I don't think there is a balance. I think they I think the view is that it's like a court a law and they're the defense attorney. Well, the problem is the guy you're defending did something to someone else who also pays your union dues. I don't like it. No. Brad marchand gets three games for slow footing and mention rod Brendan Moore and just how I like the fact he didn't back down after getting the $25,000 fine for yipping at the officials. Brad marchand, not backing down either, just saying look, I think I've changed my game. I think I've changed my approach..
"biting" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Of the people who answered polls say they will hoist the cup followed by Florida at 32.5%. And he had done some auditors at 23.3%, many at 4.8. Yeah, I'm watching Florida. I mean, they got to find a way to be a little more stingy, I think. Yeah. Caroline has got the team that doesn't really give up a whole lot. Like last night they lost, I think, three, one. They gave a 15 shot. Yeah. You know, like it, they don't give up anything. Hubble rod Brenda Moore not backing off a little bit. My love for this man grows. Every single day because for anybody who's wondering why I'm saying this, he was fined $25,000 for going after the refs, right? And I guess in October, there was a memo sent out that coaches managers, you know, you're on alert. You know, if you go after the officials, if you question the credibility, if you embarrass the National Hockey League, you're going to get slapped with a $25,000 fine. So rob get rod gets fined 25 K for yelling at the officials. Don't know what he said. I didn't hear it. I just saw it and you can see it's very demonstrative frustration. But he did not back down a notch afterwards and just saying, I think it's wrong. But whatever, let's move on. Well, but here's the thing they've already find them. What are they going to find them another 25? They're not going to do that. I don't know. It wasn't that bad in my opinion, but while it's a little lighter, one of the best ones for me, and we'll move on here is palmaris, a bunch of years ago. And it's a meme or a gift call it whatever you will, where he says, if you have you, too, remember. It's so good. He gets every official on the ice. That's.
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"I think you're right government agencies a little behind and they don't waiting for you to tell us what to do. did you know that in oregon. This is kind of interesting What you would call a landing strip christie in the realm of shaving. They call the oregon trail. Isn't that nice very common any other story. The pace of all therapy right from wall is showing promise in early trials. Bbc reports the treatment made of natto bodies or simpler versions of antibodies which llamas and camels naturally produced in response to infection. Nail bodies. watch the regular antibodies. Kids isn't there a star. So this is. This isn't one of those things where you you calm down where you pet the lions or the lambs rather lamb. This is one of those lamb. This is one of before. They got the best lamb. Birds was one bird. Flamengo's mechat mechanic over there. Macaque forgot the joke. That's it for another. Bob and tom show extra. Catch us on. Itunes google play and stitcher for bob and tom extra. This is christopher take care everybody body..
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"Know those things we talked about with his family and just sort of how he grew up in hundred goodwin was another guy grew up in a small town texas and lived on a farm and he told the story about how their friends wouldn't wanna go sleep over at his house and people wouldn't wanna go sleep over at dan campbell's house. Because you go to bed early. You'd wake up in the morning. They throw breakfast on the table. And soon as you were done you had to go work on the farm until sundown. And that was how you kind of repaid them for letting you sleep there and eat there. I was raised the exact same way and there was no leisurely weekends where you slept in late and you sat around on the couch playing video games in the air conditioning. That forgive my french here but that shit didn't exist and if it did it wouldn't have been allowed what you've seen it. The lines facility has the cowboy persona been on display at all. It doesn't seem like dan campbell would go out of his way to hide that. But how have you seen it. Come out yeah i mean. It's certainly the way that he talks. And i think we had a press conference. I don't even remember how it came up. But someone had asked him what his first job was and he talked about working a chicken. Just like fucking chickens and getting them ready to be cooked in. That was like in pretty graphic detail for of oko just press conference. I learned how to clean chicken. And i could do it blind over and over and i'll never do it again so i appreciate everybody. That does that type of work because it got old. Quick people describe him as a cowboy but then we talked to his friends and they would say his dad's a real cowboy like the weather woes and the hat that he's had for one hundred years and like you know you see his fingers have been in the dirt forever and that's where it all comes from so i think again it's all very real. It's not a show just to be tough for re different in front of the camera. Like this is just how he's always been. You guys actually wrote in your story. That dan campbell at one point as an nfl player actually lived in a camper. So can you tell us about that. Yeah i was talking to billy lucci. We runs a texas sports site. Billy was talking to you about how at one point. When dan campbell was just starting to think about being a coach he came down in texas. And billy was talking about how at night. I would go over to see dan in his trailer. And i said well hang on trailer and he was. Yeah it was like a camper lived in a camper trailer park in college station. This is winning millions nicer trailer trade and we sat up in there. And it's like what's what's he got in there at that point but can the trail of just kind of beer here. I don't know a lot of beer and like he just keeps talking talking. These sausage violate the last year that he played in new orleans with the saints for the super bowl. Champs did the exact same thing liberty camper outside the practice facility because he left his family and they had a beautiful house in frisco texas or the cowboys facility was he was going to new orleans for just a one year and didn't want to spend any money he didn't have to despite being a millionaire and said i'm going get to scamper. Put it in a campground. That's what he did for that year. And i would guess he probably did that. Maybe once or twice somewhere else do just guess. Because that's kind of stand campbell. Do we know for a fact that dan campbell is definitely not living in a camper trailer right now. I don't i mean he might have one just like when he needs to get away and needs a date under the stars or something and he goes and tucked away in there. I get the impression that he's probably in the office quite a bit. But yeah i mean i wouldn't put it past in that. He's got a little setup somewhere that he can just go hide in. It's actually in the parking lot of the lines facility. Oh okay so despite what. We'll call the wild side of his personality. You both actually talked to a number of former teammates. Who sounded really convinced about dan campbell. The football mind since he got hired with the lions there have been questions of how qualified he has to be a head coach. Just as an example. He's never been an offense coordinator and nick. You talked to former. Nfl quarterback drew henson who with campbell in dallas and detroit. He had an interesting insight about campbell in his background. As tight end one of the main reasons chris. I wanted to talk to drew. Edison was that he was a unique situation in that know. Drew henson played college football at michigan. And then he goes and plays pro baseball with the yankees and he doesn't play football for like but i think it's three seasons and when as guest to dallas without being around football for so long you know he's trying to get themselves sort of reacclimated to everything and he really did credit gamble for helping him sort of learn what changes in offensive football had sort of happened in that lag time but also you know he really went into detail about you when you play tight end. And he compared it to baseball compared to catcher and the position of being catcher. Where you head your hand of everything in the sense that You know they're influential run. Game run plane. Renske task team has protection literally. No every single thing. He basically said if the quarterback is the number one person out there in terms of communication that titan is number two so we think often that quarterback is the person who and rightly so understands so much about football and they always make the best coaches right. We always think that. I think that some of these guys pointed out. Diana's are right there too. I mean especially in modern day. So dan campbell with quite an advantage there. I think that people may be overlooked. That's actually one of the things. I think we wanted to find out the most in doing the story is just is he just this cartoon of football coach or is there something more to it and again everyone that we talked to. I mean i spoke with debt win. Who played with him at texas. Am you know they go up against each other in practice. And it'd be heeded the way you would expect it to be with dan campbell involved but then you know if campbell would lose a rep. He pull people aside and say well. Explain to me what you saw there. What did we tip on offense. Or what did you notice that. Kinda let you get the jump on us. And so every time there was this fiery personality and he wanted to win and he was mad when he didn't but behind all of it was this you know the xs and os were kind of churn in his head the whole time and that kept coming up every time we talked to someone. You're not just getting the personality. You're not just getting someone who's going to give a great locker room speech. He knows his football and he's evolved as he's been in this game to kind of fit what modern. Nfl offenses and defenses. Look like i think that's also been one of the more interesting things to kind of track about his development from know that young guy in texas to a player to coach certainly the players. He's coaching now. Are different than the types of guys would have been around in the locker two decades ago and so. 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Ti decisions made in washington affect your portfolio every day but what policy changes should investors be watching listen to washington wise investor to hear the stories making news right now host mike townsend charles schwab vice president for legislative and regulatory fares takes a non-partisan. Look at the stories that matter most to investors mike and his guests offered their perspective on how policy changes could affect what you do with your portfolio download the latest episode and follow at schwab dot com slash washington wise. Or wherever you listen. The lions played high scoring game against the forty niners in week one but they were on the losing side of it. Forty one to thirty three. What stood out to you. Both on the positive and negative side there from dan campbell's lines coaching debut. Or i think the two positives are one. They ran the ball really well. Which is what you know dan. Campbell wants the identity of his team to be is one that can win in the trenches and can run the football and that's pretty old school but again i think there's some new school elements to way. They're trying to accomplish but that's first and foremost how he wants to win. Football game and the other thing is you know they lost by eight. They were down by twenty four at the two minute warning in the fourth quarter. And and that's gonna be a big theme for this team all year. Because they're not very good. And i think they know they're not very good. They know it's going to be a couple years before they're really contender. So can you get guys to show up and keep fighting every game. That's really is something that people of detroit will embrace even if this is a bad team and we saw that in the opener. Yeah they were down twenty four with two minutes left. They had the ball down. Eight with fifteen seconds left in a chance to tie the game officials roaring back to eight points and so that speaks. I think to just some of that attitude. He's trying to bring and you know if there are guys on that roster who aren't going to buy in they aren't going to be here very long we've probably seen a few of them out already in training camp. I think that's a big part of this. It's just figuring out who's going to go all in with him. I think that's a lot of what they're using this year for the big one for me. Positive wise has been in through the first game and through all the training camp. All the rookies. That dan campbell inbred homes of reading here in their first season. All the draft picks been good. None of them have had disasters. None of them have fallen behind. Penny soules one of the best offensive tackles the nfl. During his debut start the negative would be for me. Quarterback is still very much a wide open unanswered question. Here you know. And it wasn't exactly a stellar. Start for jared goff and it's hard to say right now that he's a long-term answer so until you really have that. It's hard to build a complete picture. But i think the really early pieces that they've brought in here so far have been positive. They play the packers on monday night. A team that got pretty embarrassed by the saints in their opener. Thirty eight to three. What are you looking for in that matchup. How much caffeine. Dan campbell needs to get to midnight. Normally what i do is i get. I'll get to vinci. I go you know. Starbucks get to vinci of the pipe with two shots in them so black. I'm both. That's what i come in with. Start the day so yeah i think again realistically. This is not a great team. They're like eleven or twelve underdog in that game monday night. So you're trying to look for those baby steps as jared goff going to be better. Is the defense going to be more competitive. Because the forty niners kinda ran up and down the field on them for at least the first two two and a half quarters in that game so i think they're looking for progress. Dan campbell said like you might have set it in the introductory press conference but if not he said it several times since then you know we just want to get to the fourth quarter with a chance. That's it finally four both of you knowing what you now know about dan campbell. If we do project a little bit down the road say a couple years from now. Is this whole thing. More likely to be a circus in detroit or is this a team. That's on its way to getting. Its act together ulcer. It's hard to say. But i think that i don't think it'll be chaos. My sense is is that day cable is all in here. He was the guy who went to his agents. And i wanna talk to the lions front office. Get me the lions job. No one that. I know of runs around and tells her agent so i think he's all in on this and i think that there's a lot of people remain talked lions fans and they're kind of like hey. This doesn't work. I don't know what the hell we're going to do. Because you do have a guy that seems to understand the plight of the franchise. But i also think that if that continues. And he's honest with people that. I think the fan base will be willing to take longer ride with dan campbell than maybe a normal coach. Who isn't willing to do that. I think that this year you just whatever happens. This year happens. Let's just get a little bit better next year. He hoped to start building up some wins and then two years from now you say all right we gotta get something going here. That's about the window. I think that's realistic. For really any new coach and gm but especially in this case with all the work that they had to do kind of a race what was leftover from the previous redeem. 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"biting" Discussed on The Lead
"So kristen eck. We've got to start the story in january of this year at dan campbell's introductory press conference. I wanted this job bad. Because i felt like i knew this community i played here all right on. Everything's seemingly normal and then things get a bit more interesting. I can sit up here and give you coach. Speak all day long. I can give you You know. Hey we're gonna win this many game. I can't that none of that matters in you. Guys don't want to hear it anyway. You've had enough of that shit. So excuse my language then. He drops his magnum opus. So this is going to be built on. We're gonna kick you in the teeth all right and when you punch us back. We're going to smile at you and when you knock us down we're going to get up and on the way up we're going to buy to kneecap off all right and we're going to stand up and then it's going to take two more shots you cover the team for the athletic. What was your reaction to this. I mean i think like everyone else. I was sort of just in shock for a few minutes. Just trying to figure out where he was going with everything but as we'll talk about. I'm sure that was very much dan campbell. I think the people who know him weren't all that surprised to hear that speech from him. It was funny to hear you know brad. Homes in new. General manager was introduced at the same time and he said several times since. I'm glad i got to go first. Because i don't think i could follow that up but i i think that that's you know that's what you get from dan campbell and i think that's what they wanted from dan campbell. They wanted some energy and some authenticity. And i think the fan base really responded to it. I don't know how the players necessarily took it or people in the general public but for this particular fan base. I think it went over pretty well. Neko ear thoughts when you heard it a big pro wrestling fan l. admission here and that's what that was a professional wrestling promo is having talked to him since talking all these guys for the story like he didn't planet it wasn't scripted. It was something that he said and you can kind of tell because he when he said the kneecaps thing he did it like exclaim it he just sort of set it like the most nonchalantly normal way is like to. We're going to play when your kneecaps off. And then he just kept going to the next point. It's like this is just what this guy. This is off the cuff. You could kind tell. And i think that there was a lot of authenticity with that
"biting" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Biting through the chains. That are attached to the wrists of Black person. Oh, I mean, that just seems An unnecessary no, like there's nothing wrong with But now the tweet saying Juneteenth celebrate freedom, but Went all out. You've got the shark heightening through the chains, freeing the slave by. I don't really think the sharks had anything. No, I mean Okay, I I seriously they gotta they gotta run. If you're gonna put out one of the suites run by, like, you know, 100, people first real. You're serving. Yeah. Do a quick survey just to catch this kind of stuff because they got dunked on on Twitter all day and all night yesterday for that. All right, coming up. Next, we'll touch Kevin Carr. Fat guys at the movies. Reviewer. We've got him on the way, but first a check on traffic with John Thomas right now. Little boxes on traffic center. We have an accident, blocking the left lane and hills run I 75 south between Fletcher Avenue and Fowler Avenue, and we have an accident blocking the shoulder in Hillsboro, 1975. North bound between bears and I 75 This travel report is sponsored by the National Flood Insurance Program. Hurricane season is here. Make sure you protect your corner of the world with flood insurance visit. Flood smart dot gov Today brought to you by the National Flood Insurance Program. John Thomas News Radio W F L A Traffic on the tens every weekday morning. Four AM Tampa Bay and less than three minutes on news radio W F L A At Children's National Hospital. Everything we do is just for kids. Our top ranked specialists are here.
"biting" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Monday june seventh. Get ready america. I'm coming for you okay. I've got a run down here of just some quick questions starting with what is your favorites political viral moment. There's only really one good answer. That question that's bernie. Sanders pissed off with his legs. Crossed at the inauguration. Right i mean that's one of the best means that think the pandemic brought us a classic. Okay favorite political movie. I'm going to go with miss. Loan starring jessica chastain moving roles and everything that makes politics great which is single handedly taking down corrupt congressman in front of the american public. I don't like that movie i. I don't know what you're doing accountability. I love it and then my last question for you is. What is the biggest political gaffe that you just you feel second hand embarrassment for. Oh man. that's that's a really good question. i'm going to spin it. I'm gonna i. I want someone to yeah. I'm going to pull a classic little movement. Not actually answer your question. I need someone to explain to me. Why the howard dean yell was so bad like if someone break it down from yes. It was the two thousand four democratic primary and howard. Dean had just lost. I believe the iowa caucus gotcha to john kerry and in the concession speech. I suppose after the iowa caucus he was like. We're going to go to new hampshire and we're gonna go to south carolina washer and then we're gonna watch it. Take back the white house and he just yelled out. This kind of annoys that. Like the chapelle show famously. Mocked. i just don't understand like that was enough to do real campaign and now it's like man look at that guy going viral. He's surely killing it in the age of digital media. Just a crazy time i'll have to. I'll have to look it up and drudge for myself so yes starting monday you will be hosting the show and tell me how are you going to prepare your on west coast time. So how are you going to wake up monday morning to get this going. There's only really one way to prepare for show like this which is to chug pot of coffee and just run roughshod through every single article that exists on politics day and see what you come up with right so and i think i'm a little lucky that i get to follow in your footsteps and basically a copy of the amazing work you've done for the last couple of months. Were cutting that out. But.
"biting" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Biting out there without a script, And then you start scripting Kamila Harris for the transaction. The transition. Excuse me, Russell 105 50 k f Y I. It seems to be what's going on is Joe Biden. Again and again is getting put in front of reporters without a script, and Kamila Harris is stepping in front of cameras. Very Very scripted. They let Joe Biden sit down with the Today show. Now the NBC and the Today show did a really good job of editing this they did Fantastic. You sea is very choppy when from one question to the next, there wasn't even a pause. Like a natural pause. You can tell there was a lot of editing going on. But there was There's no not enough editors in the world to make this man sound coherent. That really isn't so Let's just why not? Let's start with the one that we that everybody's talking about The masks outside President Joe Biden was asked Why, after all of this are you putting on this really bad? Look that we gotta wear a mask outside there. You gonna be the mask outside President. Look, you and I took our mask off. My came in Because look at the distance. We are now literally there. I'm not kidding 15 to 20 ft apart. It's a noxious They're almost hollering to each other. But if we were, in fact sitting there talking about the clothes, I'd have my mask on. And I'm like you'd have mask even though we both been vaccinated. And so it's a small No, that's stupid. That's not a small anything. That's that's small stupidity. How about that? If you've been vaccinated? I've been vaccinated. Why? If the vaccines actually work if they're actually in fact vaccines why King Robin, I not speak to each other. If we have, in fact, both and vaccinate which we have not know, and we're still here talking to each a memory. This is the weird part about where this is all going, because none of it actually makes sense. And this is why it's all been psychologically damaging to America because Every time you think that there's some hope you like, Well, yeah. 15 days to slow the spread here we are 15 months later, practically like I thought it was that it was days. Oh, you met month? No, we didn't mean months Mass Nomad. And now yeah, but OU gets actually What? It's your patriotic duty to still wear your mask outside video up on our website k f y dot com In the Russell 100 page yesterday, Biden was in Georgia. He's outdoors at a rally. The dude has been vaccinated both doses after his speech. He couldn't find his mask. He's looking around for it. Dr. Jill Biden had help some stab right to run over that call. Here you go, Joe. What he say He was going to get in trouble. Exactly. Right. None of this makes sense. This is science will continue until you remember your man. Exactly Right. We follow the science. Joe Biden probably shouldn't be President, United States. I mean, let's be honest about it. He continues precaution to take that has a profound impact. It's the patriotic responsibility for not saying that it According to me, it's ability. For God's sake. It's making sure that your wife, your Children your if you if, in fact they have been Vaccinated, making sure that they're not going to get sick. Weaponizing you at least he staying on point. At least he's staying on point. You're going to kill your own family. Do you want to kill your own family killed fans along with? You know you don't do this. You're gonna kill people. Murderer. You're as bad as Derrick Show Vin. Basically what he's saying. It's exactly what you think. So they went on to the border. And and God bless the today show for actually asking the questions because people aren't seeming to want to ask the questions, But really, I mean, it. Is it a crisis is a crisis. Is that not a crisis? You've got all this going on. And I want you here the follow up to, But of course, Biden is not going to call it a crisis. This picks up right after, he said. Is it a crisis? Does it demand urgent action now is is what's happening at the Southern border. Is it a crisis? It is getting urgent.
"biting" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"Puffball arrogant snarled. Hurry you better. Tell me what that means right now. It means your vain and selfish. And you think you're the most important thing in the whole world. I don't think it i know it. Hari said looking one pond and slicking back his tawny main nod for long the anaconda said she began to call herself layer after layer of scaly green winding in a big circle around the lion. He spun in place watching for her diamond head. Her clever is and long forked tongue. That seemed to flicker the air with a sudden crack. The anaconda pulled herself tight her body. Like a not around hurry. The lion with a hiss. She began to squeeze good. Try hari grunted. But your just a big noodle. He opened his mouth and wrapped it around the anaconda with a roaring slurp he pulled the snake off of him and then spit him in a sopping. Wet pile so much for. The noodle king hari laughed. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. You may be the king purred tiger dangerously. But maybe it's time for a queen. She padded out to stand before the lion. She was nearly as big as him with blazing orange for and wicked curving teeth. I won't put up with your bullying anymore. Come on then. Hari said show me how. A queen fights with matching roars. The pair slammed together. This was the most fight they'd seen by far and it was quickly a rolling flashing a flailing gnashing tornado of for and teeth and claws. The other animals backed away as the two big cats battle each other spreading sweat and spit across the ground. When they finally crashed to a halt hari was the winner and the tiger sprawled at his feet. The animals groaned. She had been their best chance. If she couldn't beat the mighty lion the king of beasts. Then he would be free to bully and boss them forever. Well if there's nothing else. I think i'll go and find me. Some dinner. hari said he stared hungrily at the zebra who gulped and then dashed off into the trees. I afraid of you came a little voice. The lion looked around but couldn't seem to spot it who said that. Show yourself you little sneak down here. You big furball finally squinting close and merely crossing his eyes to see the lions spotted the net buzzing in the air in front of him he burst into laughter. Slapping the ground with one shaggy. Paul you you. You can't be serious come on now. Well i view the nat said. I'm going to show you who's boss. And then i will be the king of beasts all right come on then growled the lion but don't play me if you get crushed bite fight fight fight why that got into a fight yet fly and a cat had a rumble tonight. Lie got claws and a big old right nats just a little guy way out of sight. Fight fight fight fight. Lied was huge with swigging. Pause razor sharp claws a crushing jaw net so small. But that's all right. He landed on the lion and he gave him a bite fight. Fight fight fight fight. They had a fight all around. Tonight's fly verse alliance my fight fight. Fight fight lion to shake that. Nat- or wary wriggled in the mod and rolled mcclay. He hid himself a lower with his big old pas bid his own tongue while snapping his jaws. That was too fast for the lie to catch lights. April you gotta kimmy some rest you too fast and apply to mean you're bite like a beast. If i've ever seen they had a fight. They had a fight around little fly alliance my flight enough enough hari. The lion yelled rolling wildly in the mud. It sing so much it stings all over. Quit biting me. The king of beasts the nat buzzed in his ear. You are you are. The lion said and then ashamed and defeated. He ran away into the trees never to be seen again. Oj grunted the warthog. All ler saved shouted the zebra from the trees. It's amazing kissed. The anaconda high can't believe it purred the tiger. Great job that's right. Great buzzed the nat. That's why you'll answer to me now. What said the tiger. That's why i'm the biggest. I'm the best things are going to change around here. Okay strikes get me a drink. Yeah the big orange cats about a snack up with it. You don't want to keep your king winning. You said the warthog. Oh serious serious. Piglet said the net buzzing around the other animals. I took down the lion. I'm the roughest the toughest. I'm the king of beasts a and with that he flew into a spiderweb. Oh oh hey. He said already stuck fast. How about a help. You get your king. I demanded her. it may shen. I'm sorry i'm sorry. No one came and the nat had a very short lived reign as the king of beasts hari the lion humbled by his humiliating defeat. Never tried to take up the mantle again and the rest of the animals lived king louis happily ever after the end today story biting. The lion was an adaptation of an ace ops fable written for you by. Daniel hines and perform for you. Buy me amanda with an original song bias. Both if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us. 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"biting" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
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He moved so fast he could run down a cheetah and his jaws were so strong he could bite a boulder clean in half and that was on a bad day. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. He would roared anyone who got in his way he was always shouting at the other animals and anyone who dared to stand up to him would get swatted with a massive paw and sent rolling into the dirt. Finally after years of abuse. The other animals all got together to figure out a way to get hari. The lion to stop knocking them around. That lyon needs to be stopped. Said an antelope when all the animals had gathered. But what can we do. Honk the warthog. Yesterday he made me eat a dirt sandwich. I mean i like sandwiches generally but the dirk was a little dry would have been better as a mud sandwich. Nothing like a good mud sandwich. A specially when you get all the worms in their wriggling out a little gravel to mine too for some crunch sandwiches. Aside purred the tiger. We need to stand up to this bully. If we don't he'll just keep on bothering us for ever. He thinks he's so funny. Cackled a hyena. He grabbed my pond. Slapped my own face with it. He kept saying. Stop hitting yourself stopping yourself. I tried to stop but he was so strong. He said i must like it. If i'm laughing but i can't help it. That's just what i sound like. He said i was too small to even bother picking on buzzed and that he called me a big green noodle said the anaconda slithering out of some sticks debate off by tail added zebra. It wasn't much of a tail but it was all i had out of nowhere. The lion landed next to them. With a thump his claws were out and his eyes were flashing dangerously. Did i hear you nerds talking about me. Hari said you think you're better than the king of beasts. Just leave us alone said the antelope. Just leave us alone. The lion said back mocking. He pushed her shoulder and sent her tumbling into the dirt. I'm in charge here and don't you forget it. You shouldn't be so mean. The warthog said oh. I shouldn't the lion asked. Sounds like someone wants another dirt sandwich. Like to see you try ari. The warthog said backing up and shaking. His long tusks hari roared and prowled up the wardhaugh grunted and charged forward his sharp tusks low and deadly before he could get close though the lions swat it out with one hulking. Paw it caught the warthog across the rump. And he went rolling a mud ball into the bushes. Ha ha hari roared anyone else. Want to challenge the king of beasts. How about you stripes. He asked zebra care for a rematch. If you win a find new tail for ya. The zebra looked away but the anaconda slithered up your big. But i am longer she said i think it's time for a new king of beasts one who isn't such a big arrogant.
"biting" Discussed on The Golden Dog
"A few things. He remembers that she. That's one of the things that you know has really helped us with a lot of stuff because that's helped us with you know When another dog comes around a are going on that we can say round one has food leave it injury and all of them do that but rowdy is really good with that. So it's just one of those things that couple months you're going to have such a good Puppy because you're teaching him in that timeframe what's acceptable. What's not acceptable. You're also setting those boundaries with him or her and you know being able to have that that two months of growth with a really really good bonding experience so and that whole time you need to be training them as well but you know the the whole puppy biding thing should only last a couple of realistically And if you have any questions about our experiences with puppies biting let us know about just message us on our facebook page. Create creek canines our second topic of the day's speaking of biting it biden. Okay it's biden. Dogs are going to be back in the white house. The trump's did not have any pets in the white house for last term but there will be two dogs coming to the white house for For joe biden one that he's had for a while have for like twelve years. Go and shepherd i believe. Go shepherd german shepherd And he's i believe he's had had that dog since two thousand eight cents here Bringing them to the to the white house and he's got one had two years ago to rescued off. First time they've had a rescue dog the white house upstate as well so first time in four years the dogs will be back as read an article about air. Talking about president's own dogs really started with george washington the very first president. He was a dog lover. He was a breeder even coined his own unique breed. It says. Washington wanted a speedier hunting dog and hope to breed that speed into the hounds. He already owned And then he had a good friend a french friend. Who said tim a group of french hound dogs in the care of John quincy adams at the time. Those dogs were much more aggressive than the hounds that washington had and they bred them together. Created the new breed although it's important to note that washington wasn't thinking about the breed in any sort of legacy way. He just wanted to improve his personal collection of hunting dogs. So i don't know what that breeding came. They didn't say that but Interesting that they had some french out dogs to put together with the dogs. That george washington had and all of a sudden he had some aggressive dogs to hunt with. Which is you don't want Dogs are just going to go out there and laid out. You want them to be busy so evidently his weren't busy. So but champ and major are the dogs that joe biden's bringing in german shepherds and they'll be joining. The staff in the white house in january champ was purchased from pennsylvania breeder. He's been with the biden since two thousand and eight and it was named by his granddaughter's at christmas. Two thousand eight was a gift and then in two thousand eighteen. Just a couple of years ago major Came on the scene and he'll be as mentioned the first rescue dog to reside in the white house is they fostered him. initially decided to adopt him from the delaware humane society. Says are called right when you foster and mr then you adopt. That's what we do. We auster failures foster failures. Biden's are similar to us and that they could not give up the dog. Because we've done that before too. We've fostered sharp as round up keeping a couple of them and they probably would have kept more if we didn't stop foster. We do have a problem. And now you know the golden retrievers. We can't can't get rid of them either. So that's our first little bit of news. Dogs in the white house always good dogs in the white house. Second bit of news comes from the baseball world. The yankees catcher erik kratz backup. He's forty years old now. Coming to the end of his career played for the philly's he actually played for ten different teams over the course of his career. Not a great catcher but a guy that was always helping other guys learn and and was a leader in the clubhouse. Everybody always liked him and he made a promise. I'm good is that when he retired he by his daughter puppy kind of pepi. I don't know that's the part i would say but the thing is. He did retire last week and said he he. He actually said he's not retiring. He's he's quitting for now because he says retiring for those big time players that can actually say they've done something and they went to retire. Last major league baseball players shows humility but he said all along that when he retired he would get his daughter a puppy and that has happened. I looked everywhere for the type of puppy. It's it is and i can't find it anywhere but he's he played for eighteen years believe he started and two thousand two as far as professional ball and then didn't make his debut in the major leagues until age. Thirty not a great hitter but a again a great presence in the clubhouse good defender taught a lot of young players stuff. But i just thought it was cool. That came down to a dog the he has three kids. I believe two girls and a boy or just the opposite. I see it now. Two sons and one daughter and he wants to spend more time with them obviously and made that promise that once he got a puppy. Take care of it. So good job i crafts and that's a great story and finally today a story that you will definitely be interested because you're always liking starting these these little Dog businesses. i mean you had the dog wash What we're doing the breeding and boarding and everything else with dogs may be training here in the near future. Well guess what they're starting in new zealand light and adoptable dog cafe. That's that's pretty cool. And they wanna make a franchise out of it. Well you know they have this the like the coffee places that have cats cats. Oh go hang a fast about cavs. Now dog thing i can. I can get into this. Now they call it the ultimate pop up venue clever. It's called the barbary new zealand's first adoptable dog cafes just about ready to launch they did it with a crowdfunding campaign they raise about fifty.